I was doing an exercise and I found that for example:
| x - 2/3|= 2
x is 8/3 or -4/2 because x less 2/3 needs to be 2 or -2 because the distance between 2 or -2 to 0 is the same (2).
But when applying this to an inequation I don't understand the meaning. For example:
|x| < 3
How can I solve that?
I would appreciate if someone could help me understanding that.